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Human prudence, or The art by which a man may raise himself and fortune to grandeur.
1717 or 1776.
A precise edition for this title cannot be identified as it is only listed in the 18th Century catalogs, which do not list full publication details. See ESTC links at left for a complete list of editions that may have been owned by the Library.
Not in Collection
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Malachi Treat||3/31/1790||4/7/1790||Human Prudence|
|James Renwick||7/24/1790||7/26/1790||Human Prudence|
|William Hill||10/8/1790||10/11/1790||Human Prudence|
|Samuel Bradhurst||12/15/1790||12/28/1790||Human Prudence|
|John Delafield||12/13/1791||1/7/1792||Human Prudence|
|William Kenyon||3/5/1792||3/8/1792||Human Prudence|
|William Cowley||3/22/1792||4/3/1792||Human prudence|
|Daniel Phoenix||4/25/1792||5/3/1792||Human prudence|